Loose, Vague, and Indeterminate

George Mason Economics Society

Loose, Vague, and Indeterminate is the podcast of the Economics Society at George Mason University. The title is a phrase used by Adam Smith in The Theory of Moral Sentiments to describe the set of rules that are not "precise and accurate." Since economics is all about people and the decisions they make, very little of it is precise and accurate. Every Friday, this podcast dives into the looseness, vagueness, and indeterminacy with interviews of undergraduate students, graduate students, professors, and outsiders exploring economics from all angles.

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